Coach Schwartz

Coach Schwartz Photo by Rò Andrew De Silva Andrew De Silva F IC T IO N He’d put on a little weight, yes, but this was always going to be a sugar-cereal household. Any single-uncle guardian who didn’t stock the cabinets with unhealthy shit was a Puritan and didn’t understand his circumstances. Ryan scooped the milk from the bottom of his bowl, an odd sodden fragment of Frosted Flake floating across the spoon. Thump stayed ever - green skinny anyway. Like sometimes he worried that people would call the authorities on him. “Why are those bushes out front?” Thump said, working on her Fruit Loops. “Beautify the yard,” he said. “e p Th ursuit of beauty.” “Don’t think it’ll help.” True, wise, cheeky preteen. The yard was doomed. But this was a ranch house in a neighborhood. This is what people did, what people were supposed to do with the yards in front of their ranch houses in late March if they wanted to look the part. When he’d checked online, there had been twelve nursery and/or landscape supply pins besieging his map in the little Yelp window. “You gonna delay the match for me?” she asked. She hated missing the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

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Photo by Rò Andrew De Silva Andrew De Silva F IC T IO N He’d put on a little weight, yes, but this was always going to be a sugar-cereal household. Any single-uncle guardian who didn’t stock the cabinets with unhealthy shit was a Puritan and didn’t understand his circumstances. Ryan scooped the milk from the bottom of his bowl, an odd sodden fragment of Frosted Flake floating across the spoon. Thump stayed ever - green skinny anyway. Like sometimes he worried that people would call the authorities on him. “Why are those bushes out front?” Thump said, working on her Fruit Loops. “Beautify the yard,” he said. “e p Th ursuit of beauty.” “Don’t think it’ll help.” True, wise, cheeky preteen. The yard was doomed. But this was a ranch house in a neighborhood. This is what people did, what people were supposed to do with the yards in front of their ranch houses in late March if they wanted to look the part. When he’d checked online, there had been twelve nursery and/or landscape supply pins besieging his map in the little Yelp window. “You gonna delay the match for me?” she asked. She hated missing the

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The Missouri ReviewUniversity of Missouri

Published: Apr 10, 2018

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